Beth Howland who played Linda Foster, is best known for her portrayal of Vera the dingy waitress from Alice.
Mary: Of all the married couples I know theirs is the kind of marriage I would like to have for myself.
Rhoda: I would like to have Pat and Dick Nixon's.
Rhoda: You know he can't fool around.
Lou: Where's Ted? We're on the air in ten minutes.
Mary: Well, he went to get a haircut over two hours ago. I don't know what's taking him so long.
Murray: Maybe he's trying to find a barber who gives lollipops.
Mary: You know what really bothers me? They're seeing their lawyers. Now I'm afraid they won't get back together again.
Rhoda: Well, it all depends on how good the lawyer is. If he's really good, they don't have a chance.
Mary: You know that's true, isn't it?
Rhoda: Oh, my cousin, he was the greatest divorce lawyer. He used to chase cars with 'just married' on the back.
This episode was filmed on July 28, 1972.
The opening credits used for this episode are from season 2.